Unlike 1991, when Arnett broadcast from one single rooftop, far from the action, we now have the embedded journalists who are bringing the war to us up close and personal.

  • March 31, 2003
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I have written in the recent past, that the first victory of this war is journalistic integrity. And I am now writing that one of the first defeats in this war, belongs to the totally irrelevant “talking heads”.

  • March 30, 2003
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Firefights or skirmishes are “major” battles. Five casualties are “many” casualties, thugs and murderers are “fedayeem” or “irregulars.” And the beat goes on.

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When you listen to the other journalists, all you hear is how badly the coalition is doing:

  • March 27, 2003
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Blair is willing to sacrifice Israel as a show to the Arab world that he is even-handed. And that the victory over Saddam must carry some quid-pro-quo. Israel is the quid-pro-quo.

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To lie so blatantly today, is not nearly as easy a proposition as it was even during the first Gulf War.

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Soon, it will be all over and a new reality will be born in Iraq and the entire Middle East. And after all is done, perhaps the elitists at the Nobel Society will consider giving George W Bush and Tony Blair a shared Nobel Peace Prize.

  • March 22, 2003
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Canada did the wrong thing for many reasons. But for so many of our Parliamentarians to jump to their feet, in order to give a resounding applause for a NO to the USA is the height of impropriety and stupidity.

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Since Bush obviously will be recognized for doing the right thing, the American electorate will reward him and thus confound his critics.

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For me, the incident is clear. If Rachel Corrie decided to put herself in harm’s way, she got what she deserved.

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